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Archeological Object

Statuette of Amon-Min

Bronze statuette of Amon-Min

The bronze statuette represents a god with specific characteristics of the god Amun and of the ithyphallic god Min. The god wears the traditional crown of Amun, a modius on which rest the two ostrich feathers, and is represented mummiform; also leads the ritual beard and grasps the nekhekh scourge, symbol of power.
At the height of the neck is preserved part of the ring for suspension, which then characterizes the bronze as an amulet.
Because of the corroded surface are almost wiped out the facial features and details of the headgear.

Further information
Identificazione (Label is not translated)
  Inventory number: inv. 931
Place of discovery
  Place of discovery:


  Definizione: Amulet
  Class and ware: amulets
  Title or subject:

Bronze statuette of Amon-Min

Cronologia (Label is not translated)
  Period: Late period
Dati_tecnici (Label is not translated)
  Material: Bronze
  Height: 6,3
  Varie: Conservation status: corroded and polished surface; presence of oxidation at several points

1974,  Curto S., “Antichità egizie a Casale Monferrato” in “Quarto Congresso d’Antichità e d’Arte 1969”, Casale Monferrato, p. 196
1987, Leospo E., “La raccolta Egizia del Vidua” in Romagnini G.P., “Carlo Vidua, viaggiatore e collezionista (1785-1830)”, Casale Monferrato, p. 40
2009, Cortese V. in Einaudi S. (a cura di),  “Egitto nascosto. Collezioni e collezionisti dai Musei Piemontesi” Cinisello Balsamo, p. 83, scheda 45